|Bid||1.6100 x 0|
|Ask||1.6200 x 0|
|Day's range||1.5600 - 1.6300|
|52-week range||1.3000 - 2.3100|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.67|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.21|
|Earnings date||15 Jul 2020 - 20 Jul 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.09 (5.48%)|
|Ex-dividend date||29 Jan 2020|
|1y target est||1.89|
* Singapore down after 4 straight session of gains * Financials drag Indonesian stocks lower * Philippines set to extend lockdown in some areas By Pranav A K May 12 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Tuesday amid fears of a coronavirus resurgence in China and its implications for countries easing restrictions, while prospects of Sino-U.S. tensions flaring further also weighed on sentiment. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the pandemic originated late last year, reported its first cluster of infections since a lockdown was lifted a month ago, casting doubts of a wider resurgence, while the reproduction rate in Germany remained above the critical threshold of 1 on Monday. Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump said he opposed renegotiating the "Phase 1" trade deal with China after a Chinese state-run newspaper reported some government advisers in Beijing were urging fresh talks and possibly invalidating the agreement.
* Philippines sees best session since Jan 2019 * Malaysia rises most since June 2018 By Shruti Sonal March 11 (Reuters) - Philippine shares jumped 3% on Wednesday in their biggest intraday gain since January 2019, driven by utilities after reports https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1239623/duterte-water-concessionaires-meeting-in-public#ixzz6GLYVTkAl said President Rodrigo Duterte was willing to meet and talk with two Metro Manila water firms to settle a government dispute over water contracts. Ayala Corp, Manila Water Co's biggest shareholder and index heavyweight, jumped 6%, while DMCI Holdings, a major shareholder of Maynilad Water Services, gained nearly 3%. Last year, the water regulator had cancelled the extension of concession deals with Manila Water Coand Maynilad Water, the country's two largest utilities, on pressure from Duterte.
* Coronavirus death toll crosses 350 * Markets track China stocks lower after Lunar New Year break * Malaysian shares hit their lowest since Aug 2015 By Shruti Sonal Feb 3 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stocks fell on Monday, with the Vietnam index losing nearly 5%, as mounting fears over a virus outbreak drove a steep sell-off in Chinese stocks after markets reopened following extended holidays for the Lunar New Year. The death toll from the new coronavirus in China's central province of Hubei rose by 56 to 350 on Monday, state television said, citing official figures. In a bid to support the economy, the central bank of China - the region's biggest trading partner - unexpectedly cut interest rates on reverse repurchase agreements and pledged to inject $174 billion of liquidity into markets.